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MUSIC COMBINED WITH FIRE, 2D RUBEN’S TUBE BOARD,MUSIC CITY FIRE,MUSIC PUMPED WITH PYRO

Well this is a great and a cool invention to look upon the fire producing different waves and patterns with music combined with fire to it, well you must and experience these things in some special clubs or very high class restaurants.

WHAT IS RUBEN’S TUBE?

It is basically a small pipe with a bunch of holes in it through which gas is passed producing flames through them well that just got on another level with this 2500 hole ruben’s tube with music combined with fire to it.Just look at the sound effects that are being produced.

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HOW THIS WORKS

This is a device that just has holes with flames while you pass the gas through it, but things gets interesting here when you pass some sounds into the tube as there are various frequencies and vibrations that are made to change the different sizes and patterns of flames which makes the things cooler.

NODES AND ANTINODES play a very important role here which changes the effects as the molecules of air in some part are highly dense and some are less which makes this phenomenon occur and makes the flames dance on the beat that you want to put.

MUSIC CITY FIRE COMPANY

There is actually a whole company based on the product or device that you are actually seeing and you can install it in your home ,MUSIC CITY FIRE has made this SOUND REACTIVE TECHNOLOGY possible where you can make the music look and litening even more cooler and interesting.

HOLD ON this could be the actual thing or unique part about your night party and this technology can actually steal the show as you can see.

As shown with Artiphon’s INSTRUMENT 1 , create your own music and watch as the fire dances with your own creations. In addition, other 3rd party devices can be connected to expand the systems use. For instance, connect an exisitng outdoor sound system through the aux in or aux out to link the units.

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